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coverage of "the ed show" on msnbc. stay with us. >>> you're watching special election coverage on msnbc. big night for rick santorum winning both alabama and mississippi. it was an ugly night for newt gingrich and mitt romney. next, i'll ask chris matthews, rachel maddow, and also reverend al sharpton what this means for president obama. stay tuned. you're watching "the ed show" on msnbc. >>> welcome back to special coverage of the mississippi and alabama primaries on "the ed show" on msnbc. rick santorum has won the alabama primary. according to nbc news. and nbc news also called mississippi for the former pennsylvania senator, rick santorum. i'm joined again by msnbc's chris matthews, reverend al sharpton, and rachel maddow. i want to talk about illinois for just a second. chris, there's a lot of guys that go to work with lunch buckets in illinois. if rick santorum ever had a chance to make a play for that wage earner, this is the perfect time to do it, is it not? i mean, if he can wrestle those away from mitt romney, could he make some waves in illinois? >> it's when you talk about w
, announced -- >> good evening, this is msnbc's special coverage of the republican primary elections in both mississippi and alabama. here on a live edition of "the ed show" tonight on msnbc. nbc news projects rick santorum as the winner of the alabama republican primary. in mississippi, nbc news has now called the race for rick santorum. this is a major victory for rick santorum and a major defeat for newt gingrich and mitt romney. just hours ago, romney was saying santorum's campaign was running on fumes. >> the reagan tradition of visionary conservatism is based on proverbs and the very deep belief that without vision the people perish. i believe we need a visionary leader who's prepared to talk about a dramatically better future with dramatically more jobs, dramatically more energy and a much safer and stronger america. i think that's the key to winning this fall. not all this petty baloney but the really big choices. as i went around both states talking about $2.50 gasoline, having all sorts of folks in elite media say, that's not possible, then finally on saturday in "the wall street j
as if you couldn't love american samoa any more than you ever do. msnbc's coverage of the republican presidential primaries continues next with ed schultz and "the ed show." have a great night. >>> good evening, this is msnbc special coverage of the republican primary elections in both mississippi and alabama here on a live edition of "the ed show" tonight on msnbc. nbc news projects rick santorum as the winner of the alabama republican primary. in mississippi, nbc news has now called the race for rick santorum. this is a major victory for rick santorum and major defeat for mitt romney and newt gingrich. hours ago they were saying santorum's campaign was running on fumes. >> the reagan tradition of visionary conservatism is based on proverbs and the very deep belief that without vision the people perish. i believe we need a visionary leader who is prepared to talk about a dramatically better future with dramatically more jobs, dramatically more energy and a much safer and stronger america. i think that's the key to winning this fall. not all this petty baloney, but
look" on msnbc. >>> morning, with super tuesday, republicans in 11 states will make their selection for gop presidential candidate and primaries in caucuses from coast to coast. the stakes are especially high in ohio where the race between mitt romney and rick santorum has been incredibly close. nbc's tracie potts joins us, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. we're in columbus, where they will certify the primary results. this is the place to be. the place to watch today because no republican has ever been elected president without winning this state. so today's primary is a key proving ground for november. both top candidates, mitt romney and rick santorum, spent their last full day of campaigning in ohio. >> we have been all over the state, from a to z, all right? akron to zainesville. >> reporter: despite a poll showing an unthenthusiastic candidate, romney insists he is winning voters. >> it's gut check time. who wants it the most. what do you say? >> reporter: rick santorum has a two point edge. a virtual tie. he focused on the flip-flop on contraception coverage. >>
, everyone. i'm lynn berry. those stories are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> and we begin this morning with the strike zone. a daunting task of cleanup and recovery awaits many midwest and southwest residents this morning. at least 39 people lost their lives in the recent rash of devastating tornados. this includes an indiana toddler that was found alive in a field on saturday. nbc's jay gray reports. >> reporter: this morning across tornado alley, battered communities are preparing for anything but a normal monday. the message seems a bit obvious. like so much here, henryville high school has been torn apart. there are, though, other signs of survival. some life brings the steady rhythm of crews looking to pull away and pile up what they can. others sifting through the rubble by hand to find anything they might be able to save. evidence of their lives before the storm. >> she's probably 70. and she lost everything except what we can pull out. >> reporter: more than three dozen families already know they won't find any help or hope in this debris. they lost loved ones in t
'm veronica della cruz, this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> and we begin with a decisive win. mitt romney sailed to victory in the republican presidential primary in illinois last night. with 47% of the vote, romney's double-digit victory over rick santorum further justified his claim to be the presumptive nominee, landing romney the majority of that state's 69 delegates. nbc's tracie potts joins us from washington with the latest. >> good morning. illinois was a proving ground for mitt romney after michigan and ohio. the question was, could he do better than a narrow victory in midwestern state. last night, he did. >> we thank the people of illinois for their vote and for this extraordinary victory. thank you so much. >> illinois, mitt romney's first big victory in the midwest. he outspent rick santorum 7-1 and won with 47% of the vote. a crucial step romney says, in defeating president obama. >> it's time to say these words -- this word -- enough. we've had enough. >> exit polls show superconservatives broke for santorum, four out of ten identified themselves as evangelical, or born aga
" on msnbc. >>> and we're going to begin this morning with a campaign conundrum. gop presidential candidates swing south today where newt gingrich locked in his only super tuesday win in georgia. now some of rick santorum's supporters want gingrich out to consolidate the conservative vote against rival mitt romney. brian mooar is in washington for us. good morning. >> still struggling with conservatives but he has the numbers on his side. >> reporter: as the gop presidential race takes a turn to the south, newt gingrich is on home turf and talking about gas prices, an issue he hopes will kickstart his campaign. >> if you prefer algae, vote for obama. if you prefer drilling and $2.50 a gallon, we want you to join us no matter what your background. >> reporter: gingrich won his home state of georgia on super tuesday, vying for third or fourth place with ron paul and most of the other states. and rick santorum supporters are urging gingrich to get out of the way. >> and if this a two-person race we will nominate a conservative as president of the united states. >> reporter: mitt romney is the f
. i'm lynn berry. those stories and more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we're going to begin this morning with a big swing state. in the republican race for the white house, all eyes are on illinois. voters head to the polls in that state's primary today where a convincing victory for front-runner mitt romney would make it very difficult for his rivals to keep running. nbc's tracie potts joins us with more on that from washington. tracii, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. rick santorum is hoping to do well in illinois, but it's going to be an uphill battle for him. meantime, mitt romney, even though he is the front-runner at this point, is not taking the land of lincoln for granted. >> these pan takes are something else, i'll tell you. >> reporter: mitt romney in his third day campaigning in illinois the land of reagan and obama. >> i'm looking for the nod here in illinois. >> reporter: romney is up nine pointes, santorum is the underdog, ineligible because he filed paperwork too late. on monday, santorum tried to redwrien the key interest in this rac
the kids were drawing the queen for their jubilee celebration. and now thehere's an early look msnbc.com. overweight men are 11% more likely to have low sperm counts or no production at all. and men who fall into the obese category are 42% more likely to have a low count. and 81% more likely to have none. you can check out the health page at msnbc.com. >> early today, health is brought to you by vagisil. bring yourself back. >> here's a look at how wall street will kick off today. >> today may be another big day for apple. ipad customers in asia were greeted with cheers as they entered stores to buy the new version of the popular tablet come poulter. there are long lines now here in the u.s. as people wait to get their chance. a new tablet is reportedly in the works from nokia and finland. the company is working on a device that they hope they'll be able to compete with the ipad. this's a new mobile phone payment service that will allow check payments using a small triangular card reader. wall street's winning streak is still alive. >> the u.s. and england may reportedly lower gas pr
'm veronica, day la cruz. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with damage control. instead of celebrating a solid win in illinois and endorsement, romney's camp is back pedalling after a top aid said his pitch would change once he's the nominee. steve handelsman has details. >> reporter: romney's win impressed. one of jeb bush, popular governor of florida. he said now is the time for republicans to unite behind romney. santorum tried spin. >> all the endorsers, the establishment, you know, who is comfortable with the status quo, go with romney. >> reporter: shifting to maryland. >> i want to get america right, again. >> reporter: one of his top aids said romney plans to erase the conservative focus like you shake an etch a sketch. >> he said turn it over and shake it, then start all over. >> reporter: mocking romney as a fake conservative, which he rushed to deny. >> the issues i'm running on will be the same. i'm running as a conservative republican. >> gingrich joined the attack. >> here is romney's staff. they don't have the decency to wait until they get the no
. good morning to you. those stories and much more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with the heart of the matter after it was essentially a warm up, day two in the president's health care reform law will dig into its components requiring every american to get health care or pay a penalty. >> the obama showdown. chief justice, john roberts. >> mandate is a command. >> no disagreement on that. >> the bill the president signed requires almost all americans to buy health insurance by 2014 or pay a fine. 26 states sudden. >> coming in to federal court to challenge this unprecedented obligation to buy a good or service that consumers don't want. >> a new survey finds two-thirds of americans want obama health care struck down. >> if we went on the individual mandate obamacare in totality will fall totally practically speaking. >> the imposition of government rule over people's lives. >> obama supporters rallied saying his plan imposes fairness. >> we are rich and prosperous nation. it's only morally right a minimal level of health care should be r
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is an "early" look at one of your top health headlines on msnbc.com. a new treatment for deadly skin cancer might be a major turning point in cancer medicine. it involves a drug that triggers the body's own immune system to take on melanoma. when doctors added radiation treatment all of the tumors disappeared. tests will see if it can work on other melanoma patients and others with kidney and lung cancers. for more information on this and other health stories, check out the health page at msnbc.com. >> announcer: early today health is brought to you by vagisil wash, the confident clean. >>> now here is an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 12,837, after adding 78 points yesterday. the s&p was up nine points. the nasdaq gained 25. taking a look at overseas trading this morning. in tokyo, the nikkei surged 192 points. while in hong kong, the hang seng spiked 272. >>> some reassurance on the jobs front helped stocks bounce back from their biggest dive this year. ironically, a slowdown in worker productivity fueled hopes of increase highering on the horizon. a
're up with us this morning watching on msnbc or listening live. shoot me an e-mail. i don't know w let me know why you're upright now. we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session. a lot to tell you about today, a lot including a new poll that shows president obama at 50% approval. that's just a day after the new york times poll had him at an all-time low of 41%. we'll sort three all of that. >> i eernl learning to say j'all and i like grits. grits yall and foxworthy. first, though, let's get to the news. live at 530 a.m., we begin with a little breaking news just within the hour. nbc news has declared mitt romney in the hawaii republican caucuses. he won 45% of the vote beating rick santorum by 20 points. rick saint's southern suite gave the pa set rios last fight. romney is the party's inevitable nominee. just after 10:00 eastern time, he won with 35% report. so third place finished there in alabama for romney. then, just after 11:00 p.m. or just minutes before, actually, a tighter race in mississippi. also called for santorum. he wan
park. >>> i'm lynn berry. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> and we are going to begin this morning with the afghan shootings. the u.s. soldier accused of killing 16 people has hired a high profile attorney to handle his defense. john henry brown, the lawyer for the unnamed soldier, says his client was not happy about going to afghanistan after suffering severe injuries during three tours in iraq. brown says the decorated soldier's family was totally shocked by his actions and denied reports there were any marital problems. the attorney previously represented serial killer ted bundy and the barefoot bandit. meanwhile, a senior american official told "the new york times" due to stress, alcohol, and domestic issues the soldier, quote, just snapped. the soldier told the times it came from alcohol he drank on the night of the shootings. >>> ft. levenworth, kansas, could be the next stop. he could be flown there today from kuwait. if convicted of murder, he could face the death penalty. >>> on thursday in the continued fallout from those killings, america's military campaign in afghanist
" on msnbc. >>> and we're going to begin this morning with a focus on the economy. from wall street to washington, there's going to be a lot of attention to paid to the government's monthly jobs report. that of course is due out later this morning. this as the president reassures voters that he's the best candidate to keep the recovering economy on the right track. nbc tracie potts joins us with more from washington. tracie, good morning. >> lynn, good morning. no question we're seeing more jobs each month supporting this recovery, but president obama's challengers say they can do it better and faster too. economists predict more than 200,000 more new jobs were created last month, not as many as january, but enough to support a robust recovery. the unemployment rate is expected to stay flat. republicans running against president obama don't call that good news. >> i keep waiting to hear something about a fundamental improvement in the job situation in this country. he hasn't been able to do that. >> reporter: creating jobs is a central issue on the campaign trail. >> it's impossible
'm veronica dela cruz. those stories and much more ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with more trouble on the horizon. the national weather service warns more punishing storms could be on the way in parts of the midwest and the south where a devastating tornadoes have already taken a heavier toll earlier this week. nbc jay gray reports from one of the hardest hit towns in ohio. >> reporter: night fall can't mask the devastation here or hide the twisted metal, splintered wood for miles. remnants of communities and lives torn apard. earlier the sounds of survival echoed through harrisburg. crews pulling out or piling up debris although many can't clear away chilling images of the deadly storm. >> i'm nervous. i'm shaky. i'm tired. i just don't even have words for everything that you feel. >> reporter: words can't really describe the overwhelming sense of loss. at least 13 dead across five states. six of those victims in harrisburg. more than a hundred injured in the storms. and now, as survivors search through what 180-mile-an-hour winds left behind they mu
skis. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. this is first look on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning on the campaign trail. on the heels of primaries in mississippi and alabama republican presidential candidates rick santorum and mitt romney are shifting their focus much farther south looking forward to purt terto rico's primary. >> lynn, this morning rick scrum is campaigning in puerto rico. they have 20 delegates at stake for the primary but will not vote in november. >> rick santorum's back in puerto rico today after telling residents he'll push for state hood if they want it and if they make english the main language on the island. still reeling from surprise victories in alabama and mississippi, santorum insisted he's not pressuring newt gingrich to drop out. >> i didn't ask newt gingrich to get into this race. i'm not going to ask him to get out of the race. >> reporter: puerto rico's delegates will only be winner take all if one of the candidates can get more than half of the votes. that's unlikely. mitt romney is off today. he'll be in puerto rico friday after bu
to be accountability. that's the thing not being department with here. >> let me turn to al sharpton. he's an msnbc host and has been for decade -- and i've covered him for decades, a major african-american activist in this country. in this particular case, we've put together three different clips. this is from thursday, sanford goes down to sanford, rally. he speaks at a rally. then you'll see him doing his show from the same location where he's acting as if not a journalist but certainly a commentary. and then the second tape is in the 7:00 p.m. hour. let's take a look at that. >> we came for permanent justice. arrest zimmerman now! that's what this rally is about. >> nearly a month ago a tragedy took place just beyond the gates behind me. earlier today, trayvon's parents and attorney and amet with the justice department here and we rally for justice for trayvon. trayvon represents a reckless disregard for our lives that we've seen for too long and we've come to tell you tonight, enough is enough. >> lauren ashburn, how on earth can al sharpton go there, continues to be an activist, when to the j
an opportunity in the state to connect on the economy? we'll unpack those numbers next. you're watching msnbc's live coverage of the louisiana primary. >>> welcome back to msnbc's live coverage of the louisiana primary. rick santorum the projected winner tonight in louisiana. we're joined from santorum headquarters tonight in green bay, wisconsin. ron, i in tnoticed you're not i louisiana but wisconsin. >> rick santorum is not in louisiana but he is the projected winner down there tonight. like the first two gulf coast state he won, mississippi also heavily evangelical. 52% of the voters telling nbc news they are evangelical. it's helped carry him to 11 victory. looking for his first win in this part of the country, having lost ohio, michigan and illinois to mitt romney. >> thank you to ron mott. now we go to the romney campaign tonight in los angeles. garrett, what is the feeling in the romney campaign? is there some amount of fear? >> i this the the fact alone we're in southern california tells you it's on the neh scale than on the fear side. mitt romney was down on his home in la jolla. th
morning. i'm lynn berry. those stories and more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. and today we begin with the south having its say. folks are going to head to the polls today in mississippi and alabama where republican presidential candidates have been campaigning hard to convince conservative voters they share their southern values. caucuses will be held today in hawaii. tracie potts joins us from washington with the details. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: the polls are tight in alabama and mississippi with newt gingrich leading many of those polls, but mitt romney within striking distance. and all the candidates trying their best to appeal to southern voters. >> looking forward to going hunting with you sometime. >> i peel relatively at home here. in fact this morning when i had grits, it was a very normal thing to do. >> reporter: but southern voters say today's primaries are about more than just grits and gravy. >> when they talk about grits, they're talking up to us. >> i don't think nip is going to vote because they actually are hunters or they like chee
limbaugh's ugly attacks, georgetown law school sandra fluke, also an msnbc political analyst joan walsh. let me ask just about human interest because i think there's a lot of human interest, sandra. can i call you sandra? >> sure. >> it happened right across the hall in my office, it was an honor for me, you took the call from president obama. >> i aappreciate you allowing me to commandeer your office. >> anything for you or the president. >> president obama called to express concern, make sure i was okay given some of the colorful attacks that have been leveled at me and to also thank me for an express support and thank me for helping to amplify the voices of so many american women who are talking about how important this regulation is. >> joan, you and i have similar views though you're a woman and i'm a man and there are different perspectives perhaps. >> not on this one. >> rush limbaugh learned live on the air today that the president had called you. let's listen what he had to say on the air right after that. >> so the president has called her and asked her if she's all right. she
of almost seven miles. >>> and now here's an early look at one of your top health headlines on msnbc.com. a new study has found for the first time a human gene that influences how people respond to flu infections. this may explain why the flu makes some people seriously ill or kills them while others have a mild reaction, sneezing, coughing, and body aches. researchers say the discovery could lead to better treatment or vaccines for those with the gene. for more information on this and other health stories, you can always head to the web and check out the health page at msnbc.com. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 13,080 after adding 34 points friday. the s&p was up 4. the nasdaq also gained 4. taking a look at overseas trading this morning in tokyo, the nikkei added 6 points, while in hong kong the hang seng was up a fraction. >>> well, a little last-minute window dressing could help markets swing back into the black this week. as fund managers pick the best stocks to gussy up their portfolios, investors will also digest fres
headlines on msnbc.com. new doctors' guidelines say most adults should get regularly screened for colon cancer between age 50 and 75. for people at higher risk, because a close relative had the disease, doctors recommend starting screening at age 40. patients and doctors can choose between a colonoscopy or other tests, depending on the time between screenings. for more information on this and other health stories, check out the health page at msnbc.com. >>> now here is an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 12,962 after losing 14 points yesterday. the s&p was down five points. the nasdaq fell 25. taking a look at overseas trading this morning. in tokyo, the nikkei lost 60 points. while in hong kong, the hang seng lost a whopping 459. >>> worries about economic growth in china is taking a toll on global markets. news that the world's second largest economy is looking to slow its growth for the first time in eight years, weighed on markets overseas again this morning. yesterday, materials and commodity stocks the biggest losers. caterpillar fell 2% and al
look at one of your top health headlines on msnbc.com. doctors are warning about the dangers of unregulated synthetic marijuana made from plants and herbs. recent cases show emergency room visits of teens, about 11% of high school seniors report trying synthetic pot last year. poison control center handled about 7,000 calls about it. for more information on this and other health stories, check out the health page at msnbc.com. >>> now is an "early" look at how wall street the kick off the day. the dow opens at 13,239 after adding 6 points yesterday. the s&p was up 5 points, the nasdaq gained 23. taking a look overseas trading, in tokyo, the nikkei added 12 points but in hong kong the hang sang tumbled 227. >>> apple investors got the long-awaited news that the world's most profitable company will soon begin sharing its wealth. in a departure from the days of steve jobs, successor tim cook revealed apple will begin paying a dividend of $2.65 a share later this year in addition to launching a $10 billion stock buyback program. apple hit another historic high, closing above $600
straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with a supreme show down. the justices of the u.s. supreme court take up the constitutionality of president obama's sweeping heathcare reform law. it's a decision that will have a broad back on america's health care system. brian, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, veronica. the health care law was sweeping in its scope and so is the challenge before the high court. >>> from the moment president obama signed his signature, health care reform law, this day was inevitable. now it's time for the supreme court to scrutinize the most sweeping legislation in a nation. citizens have been waiting outside the high court for days. many are hoping to catch a glimpse of an extraordinary three days of arguments destined to make history. >> for this mother, the fight is personal. >> it's related to religious freedoms and religious rights in america. >> at the core of this case, can congress force every american to pay for health care? 26 states are qa'inging the law, including georgia. >> we look forward to the supreme
that left all the craters. >> and now here's an early look at one of your top health headlines on msnbc.com. most women between the ages of 30 and 65 can go five years between cervical cancer screenings. however, experts say extending the time between pap smear tests may lead to a small increase in the number of women who could die from cervical cancer. the report says women age 21 to 30 should continue screenings every three years. for more information on this and other health stories, check out the health page at msnbc.com. >> "early today" health is brought to you by vagisil wash with odor block, the confident clean. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 13,194. the s&p down a point, but the nasdaq was up a fraction. taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo, the nikkei gained 72 points, while in hong kong the hang seng added 45. >>> after posting the biggest gains of the year tuesday, blue chips eked out another win on wednesday. bank of america was the dow's biggest gainer closely followed by american express, how
on msnbc.com. >>> new people who took an aspirin every day were 36% less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. a daily aspirin reduced the chance it would spread to other organis by 50%. doctors advise caution for some patients because taking aspirin can increase bleeding and stroke. >>> check out the health page online at msnbc.com. >>> "early today health "brought to you by vagisil. >>> the dow open as the 13,170. the s&p lost 4 points. the nasdaq was down 4 and taking a look at overseas trading this morning in tokyo, the nikkei fell 55 while in hong kong the hang seng was down 31. >>> worries about china's growth had investors on edge tuesday. a widespread drop in china's home prices and warnings of a slowdown in demand of iron ore sparked a sell-off. it was hardest hit along with commodity stocks. the housing sector got a much needed dose of optimism from news, request for home building permits hit a 3 1/2-year high in february. good news came from amazon's deal to pour $750,000 into viva systems. >>> tiffany & company surged on its annual high forecast. >>> a rare earnings miss last quar
look at one of your top health headlines on msnbc.com. a government study says that hiv infections among intravenous drug users in the u.s. have fallen by 50% over the past decade. the report found that 9% of iv drug users were infected by the virus that causes a.i.d.s. compared to a rate of 18% in the 1990s. the decline may be related in a growth to needle exchange programs. for more information on this and other health stories, check out the health page at msnbc.com. >> announcer: "early today" health is brought to you by vagisil cream. >>> now here is an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 12,980 after adding 28 points. the s&p was up eight points. the nasdaq gained 22. taking a look at overseas trading this morning. in tokyo, the nikkei nudged up 69 points. while in hong kong, the hang seng gained 174. >>> on thursday, investors welcomed news that at least some parts of the economy are on the mend. the number of first-time applicants for jobless benefits fell to a four-year low. at the same time, automakers reported fastest pace in four years.
party. we begin with the woman who has been the heart of the attacks, and we have an msnbc political analysts. i think there's a lot of human interest in this, sandra. do you mind me calling you sandra? >> that's okay. >> thank you for coming on. it's an honor for me, and you took a call from president obama. >> i appreciate you allowing me to use your office. president obama called to express concern and make sure i am okay because of the leveled attacks at me, and he wanted to thank me for helping to amplify the voices of the women who this is important to them. >> there are different perspectives, perhaps, but not on this one. >> not on this one, i don't think. >> rush limbaugh learned live on the air that president obama called you. let's listen to what e had to say right after that. >> so the president called her and asked her if she's all right. she said she was, i hope? do we know what she said? she told that to andrea mitchell? you know, i offered to pay for aspirins. i thought that i had been quite compassionate here. you know, also, one thing that is obvious is that when th
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